2010 hasn’t been kind to Brooklyn developer Shaya Boymelgreen. Last
month, he was evicted from his Prospect Heights office near Atlantic
Yards after his landlord lost the building to eminent domain. And one month
before that, his LibertyPointe Bank was seized by the Federal Deposit
condo buyers over allegedly shoddy construction that’s cost residents
millions in repairs.
injury, have just launched ShameOnShaya.org in an effort to draw more
attention to their suit.
Daily News printing plant, is currently undergoing a two-year, $7
million construction remediation project, according to the website,
which, through video and photo essays, is intended to showcase the
“physical, financial and emotional toll that buyers have suffered” as
a result of Newswalk’s structural defects.
“bring [Boymelgreen] up-to-date” on “what the residents of Newswalk
are suffering,” said a spokesperson for the ShameOnShaya group. Boymelgreen was not immediately reachable for comment.